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Don’t vote along party structures, group warns Nigerians

The Executive Director, Godspeed Leadership and Mentorship Development Initiative, Habila Kayit, has

South Africa’s dysfunctional universities: the consequences of corrupt decisions

What happens when those responsible for managing universities cannot trust each other

Pope Francis in DRC and South Sudan: one of his most challenging visits ever

On 31 January, Pope Francis departs from Rome to central Africa, to

FEATURE: Nigeria cost-of-living crisis sparks exodus of doctors

Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria, is in the process of introducing new banknotes

Kampala, Kigali and Addis Ababa are changing fast: new book follows their distinct paths

Kampala, the Ugandan capital where I live, is naturally the city I

‘Congo leaders cannot make Rwanda the scapegoat’ – president Paul Kagame

M23 rebellion, a showdown with Félix Tshisekedi, criticism from the international community,

ARTICLE: Sweden’s hypocrisy could cost it NATO membership, warns Erdogan

Sweden is one of the largest countries in Europe in terms of

Somaliland’s oil find could reset the regional balance: here’s how

The presence of oil in Somaliland has been confirmed by a recent

100 million Nigerians are at risk of neglected tropical diseases: what the country is doing about it

Neglected tropical diseases are a group of communicable diseases found in tropical

Tanzania: opposition rallies are finally unbanned – but this doesn’t mean democratic reform is coming

In Tanzania, the political rally is back. Chadema, Tanzania’s leading opposition party,